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THE MINERS' POLICY.

IMR. ASQUITH'S PLEDGE TO LABOUR.

!-I I CAPTAIN WATTS MORGAN'S…

MARGARINE EXPERIMENT, j -I

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DIGGING GRAVE OF THE HUN FAITH.

THE 'TALL HAT. I -I

I THE COMPULSION BILL. I

DRYN COLLIERY STOPPAGE j ....-.I

TTr*; BR-ISTOL CONFERENCE…

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MERTHYR M.P. AND THE CHAIR-

TIDAL WAVE ON THE I BROADS.…

MR WILL CROOKS'S cC400. I

SUNDAY CUSTOMERS SUMMONED.

t i: PREMIER RECEIVES THE…

GREATEST AIR RAID I

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GREATEST AIR RAID I 45 AEROPLANES UOMBARD MONASTIR I The largest air raid yet carried out in the Balkans was made by the French on Sunday on Monastir. Starting at seven o'clock 32 oeroplances from aero- dromes near Salonika flew off in regular equadrillas. There has recently been some concen- tration of troops, both German and Bul- gar, at Monastir, though their numbers are most variously estimated. The chief object of this coi cent/ration is probably to use the shelter against the winter weather which the town buildings afford. The night to iionastir took just over two hours. The weather was fine, but at nine o'clock a violent wind sprang up. Some of the aircr ft were gunplanes and bombarded the Grerman and Bulgarian headquarters wit! their guns. Others dropped shells -aid bombs. Buildings known to be used is hospitals were avoid- ed. As the last squ.idrilia, pitching in the boisterous north wind, but flying in regu- lar order across th-, blue sky, circled over the town its pilots saw black clouds of smoke rolling up from places where bombs from the leading: planes had fallen. All the French machines were vigor- ously shlled by th., enemy batteries round the town, but eve yone had returned un- hurt by noon to Silonika and on the way back dropped an;, bombs they had re- maining over on two or three villages near Ghevgeli, where Bulgarian troops are encamped. ————- —————

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WHEN MR. G. BARKER WAS A___I…

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HOW NATURE NURSES THE WOUNDED.

LABOUR PARTY S STRENGTH.

SUNDAY CHARITY CONCERTS AT…

SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST.